Gentry

Gentry (origin Old French genterie, from gentil, `high-born, noble`) are `well-born, genteel and well-bred people` of high social class, especially in the past. Gentry, in its widest connotation, refers to people of good social position connected to landed estates (see manorialism), upper levels of the clergy, and `gentle` families of long d...
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Gentry

• (a.) Courtesy; civility; complaisance. • (a.) People of education and good breeding; in England, in a restricted sense, those between the nobility and the yeomanry. • (a.) Birth; condition; rank by birth.
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gentry

(from the article `Europe, history of`) The use of the two terms nobleman and gentleman indicates the difficulty of definition. The terms were loosely used to mark the essential distinction ... ...16th century, eastern Europe displayed the opposite tendency to the advance of princely absolutism in the West. West of the Carpathians and i...
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gentry

noun the most powerful members of a society
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Gentry

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Gentry

Gen'try noun [ Middle English genterie , gentrie , noble birth, nobility, confer gentrise , and Old French gentelise , genterise , English gentilesse , also Middle English genteleri high-mindedness. See Gent , adjective...
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Gentry

Gentry is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `noble` The name Gentry is -as far as we know- only given to American girls. The name sounds like: Guntur, Guntero, Gunter, Guntar, Guenter, Kentaro Similar names are: Chantry, Gennaro, Gentile, Gentilo, Jenaro, Landry, Mentor, Venturo
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Gentry

One who preys at nightclubs,bars and other establishments.
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gentry

Prosperous people of good social standing who were not aristocrats or nobility.
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gentry

The lesser nobility, particularly in England and Wales, not entitled to sit in the House of Lords. By the later Middle Ages, it included knights, esquires, and gentlemen, and after...
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gentry

The lesser nobility, particularly in England and Wales, not entitled to sit in the House of Lords. By the later Middle Ages, it included knights, esquires, and gentlemen, and after the 17th century, baronets
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Gentry

The lowest level of landed society.
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gentry

the most powerful members of a society
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gentry

the most powerful members of a society
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gentry

[n] - the most powerful members of a society
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